Mike Greenberg brings his unmatched depth of sports knowledge, fun and entertainment back to ESPN Radio on a daily basis. ‘Greeny’ will keep the audience up to date on the never-ending breaking news in the sports world that matters most to his listeners. He’ll be joined regularly by the biggest names in the game covering all angles of the sports world. If it matters in sports, it matters to Greeny. This is the home for hourly podcasts of the show.
So who on the staff would search for themselves in their own search party? We listen to some interesting sound from yesterday... including more odd sound from Urban Meyer. Hembo previews Dodgers/Giants (on ESPN Radio). Plus, we open the phones and take your calls.
Amari Cooper says he's thinking Super Bowl after their great start... is that smart to say? ESPN's Kimberley Martin & Bart Scott stick around after Get Up to debate that and discuss Pat Mahomes, the Jets and more. Hembo asks Greeny his questions from Get Up prep and Greeny shares his thoughts on Jon Gruden. Greeny has officially figured out why college coaches struggle in the NFL. Plus, a search party gone awry.
Bob Wischusen (in for Greeny) starts the hour discussing the latest involving Kyrie Irving and the Brooklyn Nets. Nuno is mad that Bubba keeps wearing a Cowboys jersey. Plus, ESPN NBA Writer Tim Bontemps on Kyrie Irving & Ben Simmons.
Chris Carlin (in for Greeny) continues to discuss the huge news out of Las Vegas and is joined by ESPN Raiders Reporter Paul Gutierrez. Breaking News: The Nets will not allow Kyrie Irving to play in any games. Plus, The Baseball Tonight Podcast's Buster Olney on the MLB Playoffs.
Chris Carlin (in for Greeny) starts with the biggest news of the day... Jon Gruden resigning as Raiders H.C. and is joined by ESPN NFL Insider Dan Graziano. Plus, Lamar Jackson leads the Ravens to a great comeback win on MNF... is he the best show in sports?
Greeny is joined by ESPN NFL Analysts Ryan Clark & Rex Ryan to start the hour and then Greeny gets into his thoughts on Sunday's action. Hembo, Nuno & Bubba weigh in with some thoughts as well. We recap the MLB Playoffs. Plus, is Alabama in trouble?
ESPN Betting Analyst Joe Fortenbaugh kicks off the hour with some gambling advice heading into the weekend. We review some of Nuno's Notes in the Google Doc. Hembo previews today's MLB Playoffs... and inaccurately says the World Series starts tonight. Plus, Who Ya Got? with Bubba closes it out.
Greeny has some Unsolicited Advice for Baker Mayfield... and all QBs who throw INTs. ESPN NFL Analyst Rob Ninkovich stops by to talk Justin Fields, Bills/Chiefs and more. Don't look now... but Daniel Jones might be getting better. Plus, Hembo is annoyed with Greeny.
Has the gap closed on the Yankees? What does that even mean? Aaron Boone seems to think so... we listen to some of the best sound from yesterday. We all know Ben Roethlisberger is struggling... but it's actually worse than we thought. Where will Aaron Rodgers play next year? Plus, Turner Sports MLB Analyst Ron Darling on the MLB Playoffs and the '86 Mets.
The Red Sox advance to the ALDS with a win over the Yankees last night... Gerrit Cole did not pitch well... and The Baseball Tonight Podcast's Buster Olney joins the show right off the top to recap the game and opine on Brian Cashman & Aaron Boone's future. We also open the phones to hear from Red Sox & Yankees fans. Plus, Greeny can't understand what Urban Meyer is doing.
Greeny starts the hour with ESPN NFL Analysts Domonique Foxworth & Jeff Saturday to recap MNF and to put a bow on Tom Brady's return to Foxboro. 3-time MVP Alex Rodriguez jumps on to preview Yankees/Red Sox (on ESPN & ESPN Radio) and the MLB Playoffs. Plus, today's Green List: Five Biggest NFL Surprises.
It wouldn't be an NFL Monday if we didn't get Nuno's Notes from the Google Doc. We listen back to some of the most interesting sound from Sunday... and we still can't figure out what Matt Nagy is talking about. Hembo asks Greeny some lingering questions from Get Up. Plus, we open up the phones and get your hot takes.
ESPN Football Analyst Dan Orlovsky starts the show to talk Bucs/Patriots and Tom Brady's return to New England... and Dan weighs in on the Bears, Jets, Cowboys & Steelers. It was another solid performance for Greeny's #KOD and he shares his takes from the weekend... and we hear from Nuno after the Giants win... and Bubba after another Cowboys win. Plus, The Green Light as baseball's Regular Season comes to an end.
ESPN Betting Analyst Joe Fortenbaugh stops by with some tips heading into the weekend and Greeny shares a TV recommendation (for the first time ever!). Can Cincinnati make the CFB Playoff? We get an update on Hembo's dog/bedroom situation. Plus, we wrap up with Bubba's Who Ya Got?
It's finally here... Bucs @ Patriots... we made it! Greeny previews Tom Brady's return to New England with ESPN's Dan Graziano & Rob Ninkovich. Plus, a couple teams clinched postseason berths in MLB last night... and one NFL coach has high praise for Dak Prescott.
Joe Judge wasn't the only coach in New York who said something that made no sense... Robert Saleh was right behind him with a really odd comment on The Michael Kay Show. It's the final week of baseball... the Brewers are having a great season... but they just lost an important piece of their bullpen... because of what?!? Plus, we finish with your calls in our Airing of Grievances.
It's Thursday and that means Bart Scott & Damien Woody stop by immediately after Get Up to talk football with Greeny. Shaq has a few thoughts for Kyrie Irving and the Nets. The hashtag crew picks three people to go to dinner with. Plus, getting you ready for Bucs @ Patriots... and a questionable comment from Joe Judge.
Are Patriots fans allowed to boo Tom Brady on Sunday? Greeny has a definitive answer. We listen to some interesting soundbites from Mike McCarthy, Jerry Jones & Tom Brady in I'm Sorry, What? Plus, Al Michaels of NBC Sports gets us ready for Bucs/Patriots and takes us inside the booth.
We continue the "can you switch the team you're rooting for?" discussion and open up the phones to get your thoughts. Did anyone notice what Brian Kelly did this weekend? Plus, more on the Cowboys dominate win over the Eagles last night on Monday Night Football.
ESPN NFL Analysts Domonique Foxworth & Jeff Saturday stick around after Get Up to recap the Cowboys win over the Eagles on MNF. Greeny's wraps up Week 3 with his final takes and we give Hembo the Greenlight to talk some baseball. Plus, what if your child says he wants to root for another sports team?
ESPN NFL Analysts Ryan Clark & Dan Orlovsky stick around after Get Up and are fired up to talk about Matt Nagy, Justin Fields and the Bears. Greeny gives his biggest takes from the NFL Sunday... he's disgusted with the Jets... just as much as Nuno is disgusted with the Giants. Bubba & Hembo make a bet in advance of MNF.
ESPN NFL Analyst Rob Ninkovich sticks around after Get Up to chat with Greeny about Justin Fields, Mac Jones & Zach Wilson. We open the phones and see how NFL fans are feeling heading into Sunday and ESPN Fantasy Expert Matthew Berry drops by the studio with his advice. Plus, is Greeny in a bad mood? He explains.
The Baseball Tonight Podcast's Buster Olney gets us ready for an important weekend in baseball as we inch closer to October and Greeny doesn't understand why the NFL won't change their taunting rules. The Minnesota Timberwolves fired their President yesterday... but that wasn't the only issue they had. Plus, an impromptu Who Ya Got? as we ask: which 2-0 team won't make the playoffs and which 0-2 team will make the playoffs in the NFL?
Greeny is joined by ESPN NFL Analysts Bart Scott & Damien Woody right off the top to talk about Alex Guerrero's comments to The Boston Herald. Hall of Fame QB Joe Montana checks in to discuss Tom Brady's return to Foxboro next week and The Lowe Post's Zach Lowe shares his thoughts on what will happen with Ben Simmons in Philadelphia. Plus, is Greeny joining the Cowboys bandwagon?!?
Aaron Rodgers is still talking as Jason Fitz (filling in for Greeny) reacts to his appearance on The Pat McAfee Show. Plus, ESPN NFL Analyst Tim Hasselbeck joins the show to talk about surprises so far, Carson Wentz's injury and more. Also, callers make their case for their teams this weekend.
Jason Fitz & Joe Fortenbaugh fill in for Greeny and say the Packers are back on track with a MNF win over Detroit. Plus, ESPN NFL Analyst Jeff Saturday joins the show to recap the matchup and talk 49ers, targeting, the Raiders and the Titans. Also, is it possible that Matt Nagy actually knows what he's doing?
ESPN NFL Analysts Ryan Clark & Dan Orlovsky stick around after Get Up to joins Greeny for a recap of Week 2 in the NFL. Also, Zach Wilson throws for four interceptions and Greeny makes a note that the last three rookie QBs with 0 TDs and 4+ INT were all Jets. Plus, rough start yesterday for Gerrit Cole.
Greeny talks about how bad the Giants have been over the last five years and welcome Joe Fortenbaugh to the show to discuss the point spreads in this week's NFL games. Also, Greeny asks if fans would rather see their team get blown out or lose a close game and picks his games for the week.
Greeny is joined by ESPN NFL Insider Dan Graziano to recap the Giants-Washington game. Nuno shares his thoughts on the heartbreaking loss (he's a Giants fan) before Greeny talks about Salvador Perez tying Jonny Bench for most homeruns in a season.
Greeny talks about if the Saints offense will be better with Jameis Winston before sharing five things to look forward to in the Week 2. Also, Buster Olney joins to talk about the Mets having trouble hiring a president because of the way Cohen tweets and why the Yankees and Giants could be very busy this offseason. Plus, Greeny closes the show making pick for tonight's game.
Bart Scott & Damien Woody join the show to talk about the Giants- Washington game tonight and share their thoughts on Zach Wilson's first game. Plus, Greeny ask if Urban Meyer will last the season in Jacksonville and talks about why Nick Sirianni has a really good chance to succeed in Philadelphia because he is putting Jalen Hurts in a position to succeed .
How should you celebrate making the playoffs in baseball? Greeny gives his answer after Bubba, Hembo & Matthew Berry weighed in earlier. He also explains why Patrick Mahomes is like Tiger Woods (and Tom Brady) and reacts to Jermichael Finley crushing Aaron Rodgers on KJM this morning.
Greeny welcomes in ESPN Football Analyst Rob Ninkovich to the show who disagrees with David Pollack and thinks Justin Fields should be out there now. Also, Greeny asks: How should you celebrate making the playoffs in baseball? Plus, ESPN Fantasy Expert Matthew Berry stops by the studio for fantasy advice.
We recap the unpleasantness of last segment, in which HEMBO was unnecessarily insensitive to the well-being of giraffes. And, Greeny assures Hembo that he was smart to consult his wife's friends, regarding anniversary gifts. Plus, we end the show asking Nuno if he's given up on Daniel Jones. The response, “I'm close.”
Greeny opens the show talking about the Raiders' miraculous win on Monday Night Football with Jeff Saturday and Domonique Foxworth. They were both impressed with Derek Carr's play late and all three agree that Zach Wilson looked good in NFL Week 1. Plus, Greeny thinks it's ridiculous that USC has fired Clay Helton after 1 loss this season, not that it was the wrong thing to do, but more it was the wrong time to do it.
Joe and Amber share their thoughts on how the rookie QBs did in NFL Week 1 and discuss Justin Fields and Trey Lance getting some playing time even though they neither one starter. Also, they play a little game of Panic or Patience and preview Monday Night Football.
Joe Fortenbaugh & Amber Wilson fill in for Greeny and discuss what happened to the Packers before welcoming in ESPN NFL Front Office Insider Mike Tannenbaum to further discuss Green Bay. Plus, Tannenbaum weighs in on the Rams, Bears and more. Also, after a season without fans, how much does home field matter now?
Greeny talks about the performance of Dak Prescott and Tom Brady and welcomes in ESPN Sports Betting Analyst Joe Fortenbaugh to weigh in on last night's game and gives us some gambling tips for the weekend. Plus, Greeny shares his "Green List."
The Bucs might have won the game… but the star of the night was Dak Prescott. Plus, should that have been OPI at the end on Tampa Bay? Greeny discusses before welcoming in former New York Mets manager Bobby Valentine to reflect on being with the Mets in 2001 on 9/11.
Greeny shares the top 5 things he has to look forward to this NFL season and debates the The hashtag crew debates how good was Derek Jeter upon his enshrinement in the MLB Hall of Fame and #Hembo tries to make a case against him which sends #Nuno into a fury.